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The 2023 Princeton International magazine is dedicated to unpacking the worldwide trend away from democracy and toward authoritarianism. Across the University, at home and abroad, Princeton scholars and students are tackling this pressing issue from a multitude of angles.
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Research · Asia

Behind the Research: Rory Truex ’07 Examines China’s Authoritarian Rule

In high school, a history teacher encouraged Rory Truex ’07 to study China in college. That trajectory led him to study abroad through Princeton in Beijing, then through the Princeton in Asia program, where he helped create the Summer of Service program for students to teach English in rural...

Event · Asia

PIIRS, Princeton community celebrate Global Japan Lab

On Thursday, Feb. 16, the Global Japan Lab (GJL) invited the Princeton University community to learn more about its multidisciplinary research, teaching and training initiatives on contemporary Japan, in the atrium of the Frick Chemistry Laboratory.

Featured Faculty Book · Asia

Why Prof. Ashoka Mody Believes India is Broken

Ashoka Mody is an economic historian at Princeton, but writes, his “heart is in India.” It’s through this lens that Mody, formerly of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, channels his finance- and policy-driven analysis of the world’s second most-populous country. Weaving history,...